Date: 20 Nov., 2009 (Friday)
Time: 3:00pm – 4:00 pm
Venue: T.Y.Wong Hall, 5/F., Ho Sin Hang Engineering Building

Register will be closed at 20 Nov. 11am. Those not registered can try to walk in by first come first serve base.


Carbon emission resulting in global warming and climate change
is now considered and recognized by the scientific community as
the number one threat to the survival of the plant and animal
species. We can minimize on the use of resources, develop
effective means to improve on energy efficiency, and enhance
on energy conservation; all these can be achieved immediately
with existing technology. Engineers can contribute in many areas
to shape the future resource and energy portfolio to help world’s
population to mitigate and adapt to climate change for our long
term survival.


Ir. Poon is a Chartered Engineer with over 40 years’ experience in E&M engineering.  He established Analogue Group of Companies in 1977 which has developed into diversified international engineering operations with over 1,500 staff in Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China specialise in IT, security, environmental, process control, elevator, escalator, electrical and mechanical equipment and plant.

Ir. Poon is very active in professional communities and diversified public services.  In the particular area of sustainable engineering, he was a Member of Advisory Council on the Environment, Chairman of Environmental Impact Assessment Subcommittee, Chairman of Energy Advisory Committee, Member of Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal Panel, Member of Council for Sustainable Development, Chairman of Strategy Subcommitteee and Member of Trustee Board Institution of Mechanical Engineers, UK.

Otto was awarded OBE in 1996 and BBS in 2003.  He was selected as an Outstanding Hong Kong Polytechnic University Alumni in 1999 and an Outstanding Brance Member of the Year (2003-04) by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, UK.  He was named a Fellow of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2007.

This talk will be conducted in English.

Tel: 2609 8222 / 2609 8221